This venue has fast become a favourite of the inner-city working crowd and it is very easy to see why. Beautiful views, a solid selection of beers, a good list of international and local wines and great food all combine to make Bar 100 an excellent all purpose spot for a night out 

The grub 
My friend and I shared the $18 squid fritto (crispy squid basically) with corriander and lime aioli to start.

The squid meat was tender and covered in a lovely, light batter which combined beautifully with the aioli. For mains I had the scotch fillet $29 [a $15 special on Tuesday nights) while she had the $28 Tasmanian salmon.

The steak was cooked perfectly and came with a creamy bernaise sauce and market fresh beans while the salmon was juicy and served on a bed of sweet eggplant and cherry tomatoes which added a lovley tangy bite to the fish meat.  

Behind the bar 
We only had a couple of glasses of $9 sauvignon blanc and didn’t really venture into the cocktail menu, what with it being a work night and all. Bar 100 more than has you covered if you’re feeling more adventurous though. 

Bar 100 is great for a few after work drinks, or a romantic date night.

%TNT Magazine% stars 4

100 George St, The Rocks, Sydney